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CBS2 Exclusive: New School Year, New Complaints About Contaminated Food Given To NYC Students

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Just days into the new school year, there are already problems with the food served to New York City’s 1.1 million students. 439 more words

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Enhanced MSP Checkpoint Designed For Greater Security, Efficiency

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There is no more waiting in line for the fumbling passenger in front of you at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport’s south checkpoint. 443 more words

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Toxic-Smelling Window Testing Begins

(CBS) – Testing has begun in response to the toxic-smelling windows installed near Midway and O’Hare airports as part of a city soundproofing program.

“The city absolutely wants to figure out what’s happening with the windows, and we want to make this right for all of the homeowners,” Aaron Frame, the Aviation Department official in charge of the city’s sound insulation program, says. 208 more words

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Teens Are Growing Up More Slowly Than Past Generations, Study Says

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Is your teen taking longer to grow up than you did? They probably aren’t the only one.

A new study says teenagers are taking longer to stop being kids and take on the responsibilities of adulthood. 355 more words

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Study: Senior Citizens Often More Active Than Teens

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Time to get moving kids! New research says senior citizens are often more active than many teenagers and smart phones get much of the blame. 249 more words

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Cape Cod, Islands Brace For Beach Erosion, Flooding

NANTUCKET (CBS)  — The island of Nantucket was the first part of Massachusetts to feel the storm effects of Hurricane Jose.

Up until the rain started falling on Tuesday, those that stayed on the island were preparing to try and limit the impact. 464 more words

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Antidepressants Found In Several Great Lakes Fish

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The rising usage rate of antidepressants is impacting fish in the Great Lakes.

The drugs are flowing through wastewater treatment plants, meaning that people are flushing their prescriptions. 80 more words

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